Road works in the Harrogate district will continue during the third lockdown, according to North Yorkshire County Council.
Several long-term projects were scheduled to take place on some main routes at the start of the year, including Otley Road and Skipton Road in Harrogate.
The lockdown has brought many businesses to a halt, with staff encouraged to stay at home.
But county councillor Don Mackenzie, executive member for access, said construction projects, including street and road works, were permitted to continue in accordance with Public Health England and industry guidance.
“All of this work contributes to the safe, efficient operation of the highways network so other key workers can do what they need to do.”
“As traffic levels are reduced to a minimum, our repair work can be carried out quickly, efficiently and with little or no disruption.”
Mr Mackenzie added contractors were nearing completion of the £15.1m Local Full Fibre Networks scheme, which has seen 170km of gigabit fibre installed in 20 towns in North Yorkshire. He added:
“At the same time, the Superfast North Yorkshire project has continued throughout the covid pandemic in order to ensure that increasing numbers of businesses and households in rural areas have access to high quality broadband, which is even more vital in times of lockdown.”